If you can’t fall asleep or are having trouble sleeping, here are some tips to help you sleep better.
Ready to break up with your snooze button? These 8 strategies will help you shift your natural rhythm and discover your inner morning person.
Could your lack of sleep be insomnia? Learn what insomnia is, what causes it and the best treatments to overcome it, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
What’s the best way to help your body adjust to Daylight Savings Time? Our expert offers tips for reducing time-change sleepiness.
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If you think you need sleep testing, here are 8 things you should ask yourself. Our expert explains diagnosing sleep disorders and what help is available.
Taking melatonin may help shift workers and people with circadian rhythm disorders adjust their biological sleep clock. Here’s how to take it, and how to allow your body’s own melatonin to work best.
Pregnant women who get less sleep are more likely to have complications, but these tips can help solve the problem.
If you’re like many people, hitting the snooze button once or twice might be part of your morning wake-up routine. But can it be bad for your health? A sleep expert explains.
Research links sleep disorders to cognitive troubles. Our experts explain how improving your sleep may bolster your brain function.